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  JUDAS PRIEST RELEASE FIRST PICTURE OF NEW LINE-UP
9th May 2011

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Judas Priest have released the very first photo of the new line-up. Richie Faulker replaced the retiring KK Downing last month and the band are currently preparing for the 'Epitaph' World Tour.

The band issued a statement at the time of KK's retirement and said the following about Richie;

"Fate also stepped in and delivered the perfect replacement, 31-year-old British guitar player Richie Faulkner. He has blended into the band perfectly and is a great talent who is going to help set the stage on fire."

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Priest plan to stop touring after the 'Epitaph' tour but will continue to record and will release a new studio album in 2012.

WORLD 'EPITAPH' TOUR 2011

7th June 013, Tilburg, Holland
9th June Sweden Rock Festival, Sweden
11th June Sauna Festival, Tampere, Finland
14th June Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
15th June Edward Greig Plass, Bergen, Norway
17th June Copenhell Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark
19th June Hellfest, Nantes, France
20th June Le Zenith, Paris, France
22nd June Fiera Arena/Gods of Metal, Milan, Italy
23rd June Sonisphere Festival, Basel - St. Jakobs, Switzerland
25th June Graspop Festival, Dessel, Belgium
27th June Zenith, Munich, Germany
28th June 02 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
29th June Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
1st July Belgrade Arena, Belgrade, Serbia
3rd July Romexpo, Bucharest, Romania
5th July Water Park, P Faliro, Athens, Greece
6th July Kautatzogleio Stadium, Thessaloniki, Greece
8th July National Hippodrome Of Bankya, Sofia, Bulgaria
10th July Kazlicesme Festival Site, Istanbul, Turkey
15th July Newport Centre, Newport, UK (with Queensryche & Rival Sons)
16th July The Apollo, Manchester, UK (with Queensryche & Rival Sons)
17th July The Dome, Doncaster, UK (with Queensryche & Rival Sons)
19th July SECC, Glasgow, UK (with Queensryche & Rival Sons)
20th July Newcastle Arena, Newcastle, UK (with Queensryche & Rival Sons)
21st July Wolverhampton Civic, Wolverhampton, UK (with Queensryche & Rival Sons)
23rd July High Voltage Festival, London, UK
24th July BIC, Bournemouth, UK (with Queensryche & Rival Sons)
27th July Atlantico Pavillion, Lisbon, Portugal
29th July Coliseum, La Coruna, Spain (with Motorhead and Saxon)
30th July La Cubierta, Madrid, Spain (with Motorhead and Saxon)
31st July Bec, Bilbao, Spain (with Motorhead and Saxon)
2nd August Badalona, Barcelona, Spain (with Motorhead and Saxon)
5th August Wacken Festival, Germany
7th August Colmar Wine Festival, Colmar, France
9th August 02 World, Berlin, Germany
10th August Spodek - Metal Hammer Festival, Katowice, Poland (with Tank)
11th August Sziget Festival, Budapest, Hungary
10th September Portuguesa Stadium, Sao Paulo, Brazil
11th September Citibank Hall, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
13th September Chevrolet Hall, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
15th September Nilson Nelson, Brasilia, Brazil
20th September Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile
23rd September Coliseo El Campin, Bogota, Colombia
27th September Nuevo Estadio Nacional, San José, Costa Rica
30th September Mexico City Sports Palace, Mexico City, Mexico
1st October Telmex Theater, Guadalajara, Mexico
3rd October Banamex Theater, Monterrey, Mexico









 


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